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    November 21, 2012
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i am bill o'reilly. remember the spin stops right here 'cause we're definitely looking out for you >> good morning. i am hert childers. >> i am heather nauert. >> thank you for getting up with us and watching "fox & friends first". >> once again a crisis in the mid eels. overnight israeli military intensifying the attacks on gaza as the fighting now enters its 8th day. >> this as secretary of state hillary clinton. she is pressing ahead abowith a cease fire with militant hamas
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rulers. >> there was a mad rush for a cease fire she was moving from cairo to try to earn both sides to step back from the brink. there were a number of reports that the cease fire was about a hand turned out not to be the case. both sides between israel and gaza are if anything escalating their attacks. they rushd from one location to another meeting with mahmoud abbas to the west bank to netanyahu. >> president obama asked me to come to israel security is rock solid and unwavering. that is why we believe it is essential to de escalate the situation in gaza. the rocket attacks from terrorist organizations inside gaza on israeli cities and towns
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must end. and a broader calm restored. but the kassim between israel and gaza is sub stran shall are israeli demanding rocket attacks and hamas be lifted. there is little room for xroe miedz. >> we are in a battled state life. one of the things we are doing is trying to resist and counter a terrorist barrage aimed directly there. and doing so by minimizing civilian casualties where as the terrorist inmes of israel are doing everything in their power to maximize the number of civilian casualties. >> later today in cairo clinton will meet with egyptian president mohammed more see who hopes to be the middleman with any kind of agreement here. can both sides trust him?
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they see israel as an aggressor. >> doug luzader in washington. top 5@5:00. we begin with a fox news alert. overnight a deadly attack near a u.s. base in afghanistan. a man approaching that on foot. the man through grenades and both of the carguards were kill they are afghans as well as 5 civilians. an alarm at the embassy swundzed following the blast. no one claimed responsibility for the attack. >> director of fashionnal intelligence james clapper now changing his story about who moved al qaeda from the talking points from the ghazi terrorist attack that left four americans dead. accordi -- benghazi terrorist attack. he changed the wording before it was passed on to the white house. during the closed door hearings
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on the attack clapper said he did not know who made the changes. republican chairman of the house intelligence committee mike rogers demanding an immediate explanation. >> lis questioning two men in connection with the blast that leveled two homes in indianapolis and left two people dead. one of them is being linked to this white van that was spotted near the home on the day of the explosion. neighbors say they saw it outside of the trailer for about two weeks until it disappeared three-days ago. the explosion is being investigated as a homicide case. hopes that hostess will survive may be crumbling. this after talks with the striking baker's union broke down last night. as a result of the texas based company will be back in bankruptcy court lart today. it will ask the judge for approval to proceed with the liquidation. it will result in the loss of the more than 18,000 american
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jobs. >> oo two turkeys will be sent to the white house. that is where the president will par dorn one of them. it's a tradition that started back in 1963. for the first time ever republicans have a say. they are able to vote for cobbler or gobbler. they got to spend the night in a swaimgy hotel in dc. we get to vote on which one lives? >> i don't another about that but they both get the royal treatment now. >> that is your 5@5:00. time for a look at who is talking. obama care the administration unveiling new healthcare regulations yesterday. the new rules will make it illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against people who have preexisting conditions. it will also enable consumers to compare health plans. this come as a whole lot of states are deciding whether or not they want to set up their
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own health insurance exchanges where people can shoch for their own health insurance. >> 14 republican governors are saying no to creating exchanges while many still remain undecided one of these governors being virginia's bob mcdonald. he discussed his concerns with greta van susteren last night on "the record." >> the problem is we have been asking for months until writing for information and the rule making to give up the information about how the state and federal exchanges are going to be set up. we still have a great absence of information. we did get an extension last thursday. there are numerous unanswered questions. the only thing to do is default and let the federal government set it up. either way you can play with the law. i don't know how much control we have at the state level because there's still rule making that
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has to be done it may be rule making and federal mandates that must be run and get stuck with the price tag if the federal government doesn't fund it. it is over burden in medicaid programs that is xhoilgs governor's budgets around the country. we want to know what we are getting into. >> the deadline is december 14th. if your thanksgiving travels began today you are not alone. it is the busiest travel day of the holiday weekend with 45 percent of people leaving today. according to aaa 90 percent of people will be hitting the road while just 7 percent are fine. so what can all of those travelers expect weather wise including heather's family those flying in. maria molina is in the weather center to let us know. >> i have good news for your family. the weather looks very pleasant very quiet across the entire
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eastern two-thirds of the country. if you are doing any driving or flying across the midwest the southern plains across the east coast things look good not expecting any weather related delays. atlanta heart field airport and chicago and o'hare across the state of texas. there are a couple isolated showers. most of that continuing to fizzle out. you can see quiet weather map across the east and the center of the country. it's out west in the if pacific northwest where we have had significant issues a lot of rainfall heavy snowfall along hire elevations and strong winds. some areas have seen wind gusts in excess of 100 miles an hour. heavy rainfall more than 7 inches in some spots in goern. heather and heather? >> i need my mother in law low which is to co-- lois to help. speaking of traveling this
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thanksgiving more than 3 million of us are expect to do fly this holiday. melanie from wtpz joins us at reagan international airport. things looking pretty good so far. >> oh, yes, so far so gad. if you were planning on coming to the airport or flying into the dc area this would be the time to come right now. peak travel time hasn't hit yet. between 5:30 and 8 this morning things will start to heat up. we will have the late afternoon rush 3:30 in the afternoon an 5:30 in the evening. once again they are telling people i know nobody likes to do this but to arrive two hours ahead of time before your domestic flight. a couple new security screenings late. fr preapproved travelers in that program aren't going to have to
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do irritating things like remove shoes, belts and laptops and baggies with liquids in them. they don't have to take them out of the luggage if they are part of the preapproved program. here at reagan national they have added one more security screening lane to all of the checkpoints. they are hoping this will be a trouble free thanksgiving travel day for everyone here in washington, d.c. >> thank you so much from the washington area. >> so many of us traveling this thanksgiving holiday we are bound to have flight delays. some are coming up with novel creative strange ideas to help us and hopefully maintain a little calm. dall dallas and san francisco airport are offering free yoga. you can get a flu shot while you are at it at health clinics o'hare, atlanta, charlotte and philadelphia airport plus take in culture by checking out new
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art at denver or lax or listening to carollers. >> that's night in the holiday spirit. >> what do you do to pass your time at the airport? you could go old school and have a drink but that's just me. send your comments to us at fox friends first or shoot us an e-mail at foxx friendsfirst@foxnews.com. 11 minutes past the hour. are you facing a turkey day dilemma like this one? >> that's a dilemma. don't fret. audience to your burning question just ahead. >> a picture is worth a thousand
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words but in this case it's worth thousands of your tax dollars. we will tell you how the epa chief ended up with a pricey portrait. >> before we go a look at your gas prices the new national average 3.43 that's up from [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- you can stay in and like something... or you can get out there and actually like something. the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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call now for your free information kit and a free $50 savings card. call now! >> we are hearing reports of an explosion that hit a bus there.
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leland is theon the way to that location now. >> the missing fort bragg soldier kelly bordeaux remains have been found in a training area on fort bragg. the criminal investigation are trying to identify the remains. bordeaux and a medic was saw leaving a bar close by. >> the weekly job lost numbers come out in just a few hours a day early because of the holiday. they are taking it down from last week. we are getting a state by state look. >> it may be rising it is falling in many cases. it rose in 7 states and it was
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unchanged in 6. this is where i saw the most south carolina alaska and wisconsin among others. it picks up in massachusetts, oklahoma, south dakota as well as vermont. >> nevada with the highest. >> 11.5 percent there. they need some work done. >> a lot of people will be south shopping for black friday. >> if you can get some of these toys. many kids will be getting tablets for christmas. parents are tired of them on their own tablets. they might want to get a less expensive less fragile one. items like the leap frog, the leap pad 2 will they be in stock? inventory levels are the same as last year. pretty tight. veefsh your toys. once it gets on the hot holiday toy list like at toys r' us for
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instance it can be nearly impossible to find. if you can reserve a toy please do. >> some relief for everyone out there cooking their turkeys. the butterball hot line is open. they are available to help you out. >> you probably bought your thanksgiving turkey by now. how long dowdy frost it for? that plus all of your other turkey questions and prevent a kitchen catastrophe tomorrow call 1-800-butterball. it has been in business since 1991. facebook them, tweet them, whatever get your turkey questions out there and they will help you. >> i cheated this year my dad sent me a smoked turkey already cooked in the mail. >> i would have problems with that. >> like defrosting it. >> happy thanksgiving to you. >> happy thanksgiving to you as well. tomorrow morning we will be joined by representatives from the butterball turkey hot line.
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e-mail us all of your questions to friendsfirst@foxnews.com and we will answer them here live. stay tuned for that. if waiting in line isn't your thing forget black friday instead cash in on cyber monday. consumer experts vera givens has tips. >> a rouge rudolph gives himself a christmas present, pack of cigarettes.
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>> 22 after the top of the hour. here are quick headlines for
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you. what is a portrait worth apparently 40,000 dollars if you are an epa chief. that's how much tax payer money was spent on an oil painting of lisa jackson. but she is not the only one. thousands were spent on other department heads as well. mall of america banning any one under the age of 16 from shopping line on black friday. children must be accompanied 13121 or older. if you don't want to fight your way through crowds it is cyber monday. you can shop at home in your pajamas. personal finance vera givens. >> what kinds of deals? >> they are across the board. broader sales across entire categories across the entire site. it's not just about electronics.
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though you will find deals there. more about home goods, kitchen gadgets small appliances. good time to buy those on cyber monday. black friday they are 16 percent more expensive on average. >> you can get your blender cheaper on monday. >> talk about travel so many don't want to put together plans. >> creek co air is expected to run deal here. holiday and resorts.com is running a promotion if you stay tw for two norths nights you get one free. i was there to working with them very nice. beautiful views very pretty. those are the kind of deal that is are out there. credit for food, you have to look for those deals. >> great to know. coupons for on-line shopping. they go up. >> it is the most grace i have discounting day. 20 percent becomes 30, 30
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percent off comes 40. if you go to retail me not or cyber monday 2012 you can use those. >> you can use those in stores and on-line. >> shop securely. any one who had their credit card number stolen this is an porn one. >> only on secure sites. there's a lock at the bottom of the screen. couldn't go taking krizes. you finish with a smart secure site tried, true, trusted. >> have a gareat thanksgiving. see you real soon. coming up the world with the largest retailer union leaders refused to call -- they refused the calloff protests in time for the holiday. one ford dealership said it will take anything that breathes. talk about a good deal there.
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>> good morning to you. welcome back to fox friends first. i am heather nauert. >> i am heather childers. it is half past the hour.
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we begin with a fox news alert. a life look from tel aviv israel. 10 woundsd after a bus explosion. this happened just minutes ago and we are live from tel aviv. leland good morning. 7 hours ahead of us here in new york. how are things looking so far? >> 12:30 as we head to the scene of this bus explosion. so far we know 16 people dead others wounded seriously. this would be a significant coup for hamas or islamic jihad or any of the other groups to be able to put someone in tel aviv in a position to bomb a bus. a suicide bomb was on board. we don't know if it was a suicide bombing or perhaps someone throwing a bomb on to a
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bus or placing a bomb on to the bus. they are continuing inside the gaza strip overnight. israeli airport inside the gaza strip killing a number of people there the militants and damage signed the gaza strip. over a week now there are about 130 palestinians dead. on the israeli side the rockettes continue to fly. they are undeterred right now as they flew into a town near tel aviv last night. major explosion there. yesterday we had 20 -- >> leland vitter we just lost him there. he is on the way to the scene of that bus bombing or explosion. >> a cease fire or some sort of
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adeal. more on that lart. in the meantime the director of national intelligence james clapper is changing his story about who removed a reference to al qaeda from the talking points on the benghazi terror attacks that left four americans dead. peter doocy is live for us in washington with the details. what now? >> in the last week we have heard two different stories of the number one intelligence officials on thursday behind closed doors he told congress whoever took the phrase al qaeda out of the cia talking points about the benghazi attacks that were giving susan rice worked outside of the intelligence community. on monday a spokesman came out and said the changes were made within the intelligence community. >> i think clapper has to say and has to say publicly whether he advocated the youtube video
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theory whether he pressed it on the white house and others in the intelligence community if so did he do it at the direction of the white house? i think that's something we need more number about especially given that he is flatly contradicted what he told congress last week. some in congress don't think the dni and others misled them and told them the wrong thing. democrat adam shift the congressman from california says quote to any one who is listening it was clear from general petraeus and other intelligence officials who testified last week the talking points were amended to protect classified sources of information and were not subject from any political spin to the white house the office of the director of national intelligence confirmed this once again stating there were no s substantive changes made to the talking points after they left the intelligence community. even if schiff gets his wish
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members on both sides of the aisle are likely to keep looking for answers. september 14th, two-days before ambassador rice went on five sunday shows to tell the world an anti islamic movie sparked the protest that killed four americans the fbi already knew there was never a protest. heather? >> beater doocy in washington. thank you so much. talk with you later. time now for your 5@5:30. workers at wall mark gearing up for a strike this year. it is unlikely to make a decision to stop walkouts ahead of time. the deal comes as a major blow to the largest retailer after its attempts to stop protests at stores on black friday. they want better wages benefits and working conditions.
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the labor board continues to investigate. most wal-mart stores will be open all night on thanksgiving into black friday. the government wants you to go green and you are also paying for it. they plan to spend $11 million on alternative fuel cars and trucks. some of the money will pray for mechanics and first responders on how to handle the vehicles. >> questioning that man with a duffle bag. we told but it yesterday. they named him a person of interest in the serial killer case here in new york. police say the 63-year-old man from staten island came to talk to them voluntarily. right now he is not being called a suspect. the cops want to know exactly why he was in the vicinity of two of the three murder scenes. >> this one may be the strangest black friday sale ever. but it is the real deal.
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there's a ford dealer in laramie, wyoming he put out this ad. they will quote anything for a trade in for a new or used car. if you have any extra alpacas, llamas, pigs, chickens. they say they will take them. how interesting is that? they are expecting guns, books, lawn mowers, stamps even the carpet remnants you usually have in your basement. the most interesting will get a prize. the dealership is drawing a line you can't get rid of your kids but you can get rid of the begin a guinea pigs. >> alpaca if you have one may we know. >> twhierm walking to their car a deer attacked them. they walked into the bed they called police but the deer was still on a mission. >> he put his front paws on the seat and got my pack of cigarettes and started chewing
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on them. broke a police officer's wrist, kicked a police officer in the leg. >> he also caused damage to the truck. took more than 5 men and a taz tore get that deer under control. >> oh, dear. >> that is your 5@5:30. of course we need id's in order to drive and go to bars and buy cigarettes now you need the store return. what's up with that? >> this is a policy coming around as a result of making returns. more and more are requiring id's when you make a return in order to prevent return fraud. about 62 stores are now demanding id's for returns including the finish line, home depot and target. they scan your information and track it through the retail equation which monitors shoppers return habits. get tagged as a serial returner you may lose your right to
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return items anywhere. >> from stolen merchandise to buying an item using it and returning it cost the retail industry billions each year. there are critic out there who st say the stores who are over stepping their boundaries and some aren't comfortable giving away the information. some say they need to post it and require it prominently. if you are not comfortable handing over your license when you haik a return make sure to check your store policy before heading to the checkout line. you can go to the retail equation to see what they have on you in terms of this. thank you so much diane macedo from fox business. >> danica patted trick is announ -- danica patrick is announcing she and her husband are divorcing after 7 years of marriage. she announced the split on her
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>> 45 minutes of people are hitting the road or hopping on an airplane today. >> 90 percent will be hitting the road while 7 percent are flying. what can travelers expect weather wise? let's ask maria molina. do you have good news or bad news? >> i have good news. most of the time i have bad news to break to you. it looks good across most of the country the midwest the plains even into portions of the east coast are looking good. quite weather even temperatures are where they ought to be this time of year. 37 degrees that's not too bad for the month of december new york city's jfk not expecting any precipitation today. in the 40s out there. in the 40s in atlanta georgia. satellite radar not much going on across the east or midwest. as we head west across portions of the pacific northwest this is where it has been unsettled.
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it is still unsettled. expect more rainfall and higher elevation snowfall. significant snowfall has been recorded across parts of the cascade sierra nevada over a foot of snow in the areas. we have seen reports of wind gusts over 100 miles per hour across the state of washington and other gone and significant rainfall as well. take a look at some of these reports. in oregon 7 inches in some spots. washington over 6 inches of course that rain is still coming down. thank you very much heather. appreciate it. >> making it more enjoyable some are offering free yoga some are giving food shots and also christmas carollers. >> what do you do to pass the time at the airport. here are some of your responses. someone tweeted us this. i see how fast i can go on the
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walkalators i wonder why they are not every where. >> i like to hang out with the bar eat food and pahave drinks. >> i like to get on the bag badge claim and dance like mc hammer. i don't know if he is telling the truth on that one. it would be fun. >> 15 minutes to the top of the hour. next on the rundown is figuring out what to eat for breakfast is challenge for you? we have nikki fitness here. she has dos and don'ts. hi there, nicky. >> phils mill leading to divorce ? i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office.
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>> fox and friends kicks up in about 10 minutes from now. we will cover the news today. plus you know it sounds like it could be the end of the twinkie, right? we are going to show you how you can make your own twinkies at home. also a woman who on the morning after sandy knew she should go to work even though her house was surrounded with water. she swam to work. she is going to be joining us live. plus he was watching the devastation from sandy he said i can help those people in new york and connecticut and new jersey. he cooked for 5,000 people. he will pull up live in front of our building with pie. fox and friends the day before thanksgiving kicks off in 11 minutes right now right here on the fox news channel.
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it is now 10 minutes before the hour. a decision is in. a kentucky city council race that ended because of a tie. the candidate's wife couldn't make it to the polls that's why it was a tie was finally decided all thanks to a coin toss. al livonolivia won the coin tos he may get the seat. after winning the coin toss she announced she won't serve. pope benedict xvi's book hit stores today. it is focused on jesus' birth and his childhood. it is the final installment in the trilogy of the life of jesus. >> now to a fox news alert to you let's take a live look at tel aviv, israel. that's where police are saying 10 people have been wounded so far after a bus explosion. it happened minutes ago.
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what do we know so far? >> in the past two or three minutes there are hundreds of police officers out here. this is the first bombing of a bus in tel aviv in years. it struck how close the bus bomb was. a number physical injured seriously. we don't know if it was a suicide bomb error something thrown on to the bus. you have to realize how close the pentagon is with possible significance to that that as fire talks to end the israeli bombing in gaza and rockettes flying back into israel from hamas to islamic jihad. so far neither hamas or islamic jihad has taken responsibility. there's a lot of talk they are specifically under intense pressures from backers in iran in order to be able to try cease
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fire talks. >> leland life for us in tel aviv. thank you very much. check in with you lart. >> a look at lighter things this morning. >> we all know it is early. you only have a few minutes before you head out the door this morning. it is important to get a well balanced breakfast. what should you be eating? let's ask nicky fitness. if you begin with bad foods but there are good foods. >> there is recent study out of canada that says if you eat two breakfast sandwiches like that it clogs your arteries which leads to high cholesterol and strokes. instead go to lean protein and fiber. >> how can we achieve that? >> we can choose these breakfast foods full grains and fiber and
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nuts and things like that. >> i love the bare naked granola almonds in it berries. this has 40 percent of your daily fiber. >> does it taste good? >> especially if you dress it up with bananas. go lean crisp is also great. this serial was almonds in it. >> smoothies. you can make these at home on your own. >> these are great. you can choose how much banana verses how much strawberry. you can even add almond butter to it. you don't have to use dairy you can also use almond milk. >> why is that better? >> because sometimes lactose, if you are lactose intolerant or some studies say it can lead to cancer certain things in cow's milk. >> i like greek yogurt. that's on the good list. >> it has lots of protein. studies show if you eat a good
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breakfast and fill up on a healthy breakfast you will eat less calories a day. >> the protein shakes, these are tons of fiber, tons of protein, 11 grams of protein they are all natural organic and low glycemic index also good for fighting cancer and stabilizing your blood sugar. >> and on the go. >> they are good flavor. >> these are carb substitutes. these look like carbs but -- >> these are whole wheat carbs. they have more fiber nutrient dense than white bread and sugary, these are aldo nuts down here. these are whole grain. you can have waffles as well with almond butter on it. >> for more tips i have a twitter and nicky fitness.com. >> i follow you on twitter and i retweet you frequently.
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joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll wk his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and me from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, nd he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> good morning to you, it is now two minutes before the hour as we look at the good, the bad and the ugfirst the
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godgood-- good, right there. >> you are out there that long and not only coming home, but just in time for the holiday. you beat that. >> this group of soldiers welcomed home in maryland last night after a year in afghanistan. next the bad, a brand new study on why america -- marriages fall apart. it crumbled over monthly budgets and household responsibilities are divided up. and the ugly. this small santa in the uk has to propel down from the roof. there is one problem, his beard got stuck in the rope and he dangled there 40 minutes. luckily for st. nick prince harming on hand to caught him free. >> some beard there. don't worry, kids recollect he will make it it in time for the holiday. >> dr. keith ablue will be here to answer the questions of how to

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